Easter Sunrise Service to be held at Scott Driver pavilion

OKEECHOBEE — The annual community Easter Sunrise Service, sponsored by the Okeechobee Ministerial Association (OMA), will be held at 6:30 a.m. Easter morning, April 21, at a new location this year, Scott-Driver boat ramps pavilion on the north side of State Road 78 West, across from the entrance to Okee-Tantie.

Pastor Cary McKee of More2Life Ministries will be bringing the message, the community choir and soloists will be singing, and other OMA members will be participating. Please bring a lawn chair as there are a limited number of folding chairs available. Paved area for wheelchair seating will be available and a love offering will be taken.

Come and worship with your friends and neighbors in this unique setting, praising the Son while watching the Sun rise on Easter morning!

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